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The Inner Ring Road forms the first ring around the Central Business District which is the most developed and expensive area in the city. The second ring is formed by the Peripheral Ring Road and is home to IT and commercial real estate driven by IT growth and MNCs. The third and outermost ring is formed by the Satellite Ring Road which is largely undeveloped but with some industrial belts on the outskirts.
To better understand property prices,
Bengaluru can be divided into 3 concentric rings.
The innermost ring is formed by the Outer Ring Road (ORR) and is home to the Central Business District (CBD) as well as some of the most developed urban regions in the city. This area boasts some of the highest real estate prices in the city.
The second ring, which lies outside the first, is formed by the Peripheral Ring Road (PRR) and is the hub of new IT and commercial real estate developments, driven by the growth of the IT sector and the presence of the international MNCs.
|Begur/ Bannerghatta Road||₹8,000 – ₹10,000|
|Kengeri||₹10,000 – ₹12,000|
|Chandra Layout||₹12,000 – ₹14,000|
|Hebbal||₹11,000 – ₹13,000|
|Whitefield||₹11,000 – ₹12,000|
|Marathahalli||₹10,000 – ₹12,000|
|Yeshwanthpur||₹12,000 – ₹15,000|
|Sarjapura Road||₹9,000 – ₹10,000|
|Vidhyanranyapura||₹12,000 – ₹14,000|
The third and outermost ring is formed by the Satellite Ring Road (STRR) and is largely undeveloped, with some industrial belts on the outskirts.
|Bommasandra||₹8,000 – ₹9,000|
|Bannarghatta||₹6,000 – ₹8,000|
|Kumbalgodu||₹6,000 – ₹8,000|
|Hessaraghatta||₹6,000 – ₹9,000|
|Yelahanka||₹6,000 – ₹12,000|
|Sarjapura||₹7,400 – ₹10,000|
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